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Why not add a B name to go with your nn? Rachel Emma Beatrice, Rachel Emma Bess, Rachel Emma Bette, etc. I think Rachel Emma Alice works well too.
For this spelling, I say Zee-lee. For Zellie, I use the short E so it rhymes with Ellie.
You're very welcome-- I kept getting interrupted when I was doing this and I noticed that I messed up a few lines. So here are some more suggestions by way of correction:
JOG - Jessamine Odette,...
January 25th, 2015, 10:33 PM
Adelie - This seems similar to Coralie or Rosalie but a little different and a nice nn for Adele, Adelaide, Adeline, Adeliza, etc.
Adeline [Adelie, Della, Lina] - It's okay, I like Adelaide or Adele...
I much prefer Brynn to Bailey so that gets my vote. I liked Brynn Celia best out of your combinations, but I think Brynn Cecilia stands out more.
Rubvivia, Scarlett, Rosalie, and Carmine!
Second suggestion-- Valentine/Valentina and Cordelia. These are a little indirect,...
I like Sterling better with Gabriel although I slightly like Silas Morgan better. Some possible combinations:
Sterling Asa Morgan
Sterling David Morgan
Sterling Hugh Morgan
I just saw this name on another post and think it would be good for your sibset-- Hawthorne! It's especially appropriate historically as Ralph Waldo Emerson and Nathaniel Hawthorne were neighbors.
I like Hadley Jeanne better than Hadley Anne. Some other possibilities:
I think either can work but I like Avery a bit more than Reese. Some other names you might like:
Sawyer, Tanner, Emerson (Emmy), and
Avis is one of my favorite names so at least to me, you can't go wrong! I like both of these combinations with a slight preference for Elizabeth Avis. Maybe the last name can help you decide? ...
January 24th, 2015, 04:47 PM
Yes-- thanks for sharing. I agree that Asta Valentine is cool-- I'm surprised to see so many Zoes too (in addition to the 2 Milla Jaynes).
January 24th, 2015, 04:42 PM
Neve, Cooper and
I like the idea of keeping with a 2-syllable classic name for #3, so my favorites from your list are:
Audrey, Owen, and Thomas or Ezra
Audrey, Owen, and Iris or Hazel
I wouldn't use...
January 20th, 2015, 12:03 AM
Nice names! Some possibilities:
Royce, Pierce, and
January 18th, 2015, 09:25 PM
I have niece who is Jane Louise so I'm partial to that combination! Both are under-used classics so I'd say just go with whichever appeals to you most. I like Louisa better, but Lady Louise Windsor...
January 18th, 2015, 09:18 PM
I like the suggestions of Phoebe and Eden quite a bit. Some other possibilities:
January 18th, 2015, 05:46 PM
Hmm...a classic, vintage, modern-ish name...perhaps a longer name with a nn? Like Abraham nn Abe or Bram, or Bartholmew nn Bart or Barth, or Dashiell nn Dash?
I think it's to similar. What about Dexter or Desmond instead?
the first thought I had was Melody. Some other possibilities:
Elliot, Stella, and
January 18th, 2015, 05:00 PM
Girl names that seem similar to classics like Benjamin and Arthur and aren't super-girly:
This reminds me of the great American gospel singer Mahalia Jackson too-- definitely someone honor-worthy. I've always heard the name pronounced Ma-hayl-yuh and think Violet Mahalia is a great...
I really like Frances as either a fn or mn with Franny or Frankie as a nn. It's the Bambi I'm not fond of in your combo. What about Frances Daphne Jane, Frances Dorothy Jane, Frances Thisbe Jane,...
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